Marred as the Xbox One release of PUBG may have been by technical hiccups, the game has still proven to be wildly popular with fans, and it has received an update that will make its Squads mode more accessible.
The patch allows 1, 2 or 3-man squads to be made without the need for matchmaking with other players. This simple yet handy adjustment is live now, and is yet another example of developer Bluehole Studio dilligently working on making both the Xbox One and PC editions of the game as intuitive as possible.
The most frequent complaint remains the game’s tendency to crash, and the patch also promises ‘continued performance optimizations’ and ‘a variety of crash fixes’ to help combat this. Another important note is the fact that weapon recoil has been reduced across the board, a change that only applies to the Xbox One version of the game.
The PUBG squads patch should be available to install now.
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